Download Riti Riwaj (Beta) apk 1.2 free for Android smartphone

19 Sep
Riti Riwaj (Beta)

Posted by RitiRiwaj in Education | Sept. 19, 2015 | 10 Comments

Apk file size: 3.1 MB

Learn your traditions along with the reasons for every step you do. Also, one-stop eShop to buy every materials required.

You will get :
- Best place to learn about our traditions curated by deeply researching experts; thus no more embarrassment of not knowing your traditions;
- One-stop e-shop to buy every materials needed; you click, we ship it to your doorstep; thus saving your time, energy;
- Items from the direct supplier; so no more multiple third parties between; thus saving money.

*Note:
We found our users searching for "ritiriwaz or riti riwaz", but in Nepali Alphabets there doesn't exist any letter that sounds like the letter "Z". Please be assure of that. Thank you!

Whats new

    Change log version 1.2:
    1. Domain name server changed to www.ritiriwajnepal.com.np
    2. Offline mode

RitiRiwaj part of our Education and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Sept. 19, 2015. Google play rating is 83.4286. Current verison is 1.2. Actual size 3.1 MB.

Download riti-riwaj-beta.apk 3.1 MB

10 Comments

Ashish Acharya

Not sure... You have a good team and a well-designed app, but I am not a big fan of the concept. Even within the same community, different people have different ways of celebrating festivals. There is no such thing as a "correct" way to celebrate a festival like, let's say, Maghe Sankranti. You have included an option to select one's caste/creed, but even within the same group -- for instance, Brahmins -- it may be different. I may celebrate certain festivals in a slightly different way than the Brahmin across the street, let alone the Brahmin across the country. Now, it is not within my rights to say my way is correct and his incorrect, because I am not an authority on the subject, and neither is anyone else, to be honest. And what about regional festivals and jatras? How big will it have to be before you include it on the app? What if only a certain minority in a small region of Nepal celebrate it? Will you include Christian and Muslim festivals? How about Buddhist traditions? So, basically, the app aspires to impose a certain way of celebrating festivals on everybody -- and I feel this is quite beyond what an Android app can achieve. I'd be very interested in what you think about this.

Swoyambhu Shrestha

Loved it Great concept. Really useful and easy to work with. Congratulations! Loading of home page was a little slow otherwise everything was spot on.

Biplav Shrestha

Know your roots This app is great for people who want to know about their culture.

Santosh Dhakal

Nice initiative Loved the concept. But one thing this app must also give the logic behind doing puja and other religious fest. If people understands why they doing puja or other things, then they could follow it without any fear.Great work

Subash Poudel

Great app nice concept Nice Ui, smart way to know about our traditions

Sadiksha Dhaugoda

Nice App! App having traditional values....looking forward to more....Good luck :-)

R Slam

Nice. Make it access in offline too. Nice concept .

Saveena Sresta

Perfect app Its just awesome app to rmbr our ritiriwaj along with its importance.

Deepak Koirala

Too many errors, you guys seriously need to work on this

Rupendra Neupane

Congratulations.... Nice app. Liked it..

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